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Not sure if is there I can do from the Drupal side, then I'll close this question if not suitable here...

I use Chrome to admin my drupal sites and I noticed that after some hours (let's say 3 or 4 hours) the site start to take more time to load admin pages. I resolve this by clearing the Chrome cache. This is ok but then I loss all stored data in Chrome.

Is there I should do within the drupal configuration to avoid this?

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    You can use dev tools to find the problem - clear Chrome's cache, and take a snapshot of network throughput. Use the site as normal for a while, and when it slows back down, take another snapshot. Compare the two and you'll see which requests are causing the bottleneck.
    – Clive
    Dec 3 '13 at 12:24
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When you clearing the chrome cache it will ask for some options(shows a dialogue box with checkboxes), there you only need to check the Empty the cache checkbox and uncheck all other checkboxes and then click on Clear browsing data. Then it will only clear your browser cache not all chrome data. enter image description here

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